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Passafiume Named President/CEO of Diamond Lakes FCU
Tuesday, December 16, 2014 6:55 AM

Tammy Passafiume

Tammy Passafiume has been named the new president/CEO of Diamond Lakes Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Malvern, Arkansas. Passafiume was previously president/CEO of River Valley Federal Credit Union in Camden, Arkansas. She brings 23 years of credit union industry experience to her new position with Diamond Lakes. 

"Tammy's experience and strategic vision will strengthen Diamond Lakes' position as a financial industry leader in Arkansas," said Diamond Lakes Chairman Wayne Reynolds. "With a proven track record for successfully leading lending initiatives and driving technical innovation, Tammy’s leadership skills are well suited to lead Diamond Lakes." 

Passafiume has also been appointed to serve on the Malvern/Hot Springs County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. She currently serves on the Credit Union National Association’s Community Credit Union Committee, the ARCUSO board of directors, and the Cornerstone Credit Union League's CU Resources board of directors. 

She is a graduate of Southwest CUNA Management School, Dale Carnegie Leadership Training for Managers, Dale Carnegie Effective Communications and Human Relations, and Camden Area Leadership. She attended Southern Arkansas University in Camden, Arkansas.

Diamond Lakes FCU is headquartered at 7333 Highway 270 in Malvern, Arkansas, with two branches in Hot Springs:  4032 Central Avenue and 115 East Grand. The credit union also has a branch near the West Gate of Hot Springs Village:  4585 North Highway 7, Suite 11. Diamond Lakes is a full-service credit union with $67 million in total assets and 11,070 members. To join the credit union, individuals must live, work, worship, attend school, or regularly do business in Hot Springs, Garland, Clark, Grant, Pike, and Montgomery Counties and Hot Springs Village.